5 of the best little coffee shops in Yorkshire

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 24 April, 2018, 11:08

Seeking the best coffee in Yorkshire? Try one of these county cafes.

Your Bike Shed

if you fancy a coffee and a bite to eat while your bicycle gets a tune up, then head to the Your Bike Shed on the city’s popular Micklegate road.

Offering delicious locally sourced grub and a bike restoration and repair service in the Workshop, this is the place to be for the city’s ever growing number of cycle enthusiasts.

Visit: 148 Micklegate, York YO1 6JX - yourbikeshed.co.uk

Steam Yard

Situated in a courtyard off Division Street, Steam Yard serve up coffee from their constantly rotating selection of beans.

As well as offering delicious mugs of the black stuff, the coffee merchants are renowned for their selection of outrageously delicious doughnuts.

Visit: Unit 1-2 97, Aberdeen Court S1 4GE - facebook.com

Thieving Harry's

The team at Thieving Harry's are passionate about producing excellent coffee and training up the city's very best baristas.

Sourcing beans from the Blending Room, Hull's only specialist coffee roaster, Thieving Harry's serves up a rich and tasty espresso for £1.90.

Visit: 73 Humber Street, Kingston-upon-Hull HU1 1TU - thievingharrys.co.uk

Bean Loved

This independent coffee vendor in Skipton prides itself on its high quality espresso-based coffees.

Using their very own signature espresso blend, Bean Loved knowledgeable baristas serve some of the freshest, and tastiest, coffee in Yorkshire.

Visit: 17 Otley Street, Skipton BD23 1DY - beanloved.co.uk

House of Koko

Run by couple Shanshan Zhu and Chris Ball, the bright and inviting House of Koko has a homely atmosphere to it, with one half of the duo typically welcoming you with a smile.

Customers can enjoy some of the cafe’s fine Northstar coffee on offer for as little as £1.60.

Visit: Visit: 62 Harrogate Road LS7 4LA – houseofkoko.com